Christ Ecce Homo

Identifier
DZIELO/13928
Category
Picture
Amount
1
Detailed dimensions
Height without frame – 73 cm
Width without frame – 56 cm
Catalogue note author
Paulina Chełmecka

Abstract

One of the most common themes in the sacred painting of the 19th century of western Lesser Poland and Silesia border is the image of Ecce Homo, most probably inspired by a deeply worshipped painting located in a sanctuary in Bielany. The painting, kept at the church in Gruszów, was created at the workshop of one of the 19th century painters from Żywiec, Antoni Krząstkiewicz, whose work focused mostly on sacral themes.

How to cite?

Paulina Chełmecka, "Christ Ecce Homo", [in:] "The Sacred Lesser Poland Heritage", 2021, source:  https://sdm.upjp2.edu.pl/en/works/christ-ecce-homo

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